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The first reviews for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty have started to roll in:
Bit-tech 9/10 - The multiplayer
experience will, as with all strategy games depend very much on your
patience and whether you've got the will to learn all three race's tech
trees, but Blizzard has done as much as possible to
ease new players in. From what we’ve seen of it so
far the new and improved Battle.net is great and there are already mods
and user created maps like tower defence starting to appear, surely a
positive sign for the future.
Gameplanet 9.5/10 - Multiplayer is limited to Battle.Net.
Players cannot compete against one another over a Local Area Network
– something that has been a point of contention among the
harder kernel of longstanding real-time strategy fans.
GamingHeaven 94/100 - StarCraft veterans will also find themselves
well catered for in Wings of Liberty as, like the single
player experience, the multiplayer will feel immediately familiar.
There are minor interface tweaks and the aforementioned balance changes
from the original game but ultimately the core mechanic is the same and
experts will be able to pick up and play without having to think. It
really is quite amazing how Blizzard have managed to make the game so
accessible for new and existing StarCraft players.
Joystiq 5/5 -StarCraft 2 didn't change the formula
because it didn't need to. This isn't just a fresh coat of paint on
StarCraft, it is StarCraft, right down to its pixelated bones. It's
proof that games don't have to be disposable, that some games are so
creative and balanced and fun that they don't go out of style or
disappear over the years. Some games, it turns out, really are timeless.
Kitguru Gaming 4/5 - StarCraft 2 is assuredly a masterpiece,
there is no other way to describe it. You can kiss days and weeks away
of your life once you get into the game and while the gameplay itself
hasn't evolved much, this is a deliberate decision from Blizzard which
we admire. Why should everything always be 'new' and 'fresh' to be good
? They have built upon the core mechanics of the original and updated
it in the most important ways for 2010. The story elements and overall
game play are top of the field and they deserve to sell many of these
games over the next year, we are sure they will.
NZGamer 9.8/10 - StarCraft II is the best RTS game
released in YEARS and one of the best games on PC full stop. If you
like gaming at all, you owe it to yourself to check this out. The
ultimate RTS has arrived.
PCMag 4/5 -StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is everything
I hoped it would be. Nothing could quite live up to the hype
surrounding the release, but, even so, this is a great game. The
story's well paced, and the strategy and resource-management missions
locked me into finishing this game. I can only hope that we won't have
to wait another 12 years for the next chapter in this excellent series.
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty GPU & CPU
Performance - At 1920x1200 using the ultra quality settings,
anything faster than the old GeForce GTX 260 is a little pointless and
that's saying a lot in our opinion. For those better used to extreme
resolutions, the newly released GeForce GTX 460 graphics card
appears to be the ultimate weapon in StarCraft II. This card
was able to match the GeForce GTX 480 and Radeon HD 5870 graphics cards
even at 2560x1600. Therefore we can safely and happily conclude that
you won't need to spend over $200 to enjoy StarCraft II in all of its
glory at any resolution. When it comes to picking the right CPU for
this game things become a little trickier. The problem lies in that
StarCraft II will only utilize two cores and as a result a Phenom II X4
965 will not be any faster than a Phenom II X2 555.
T-break 9.4/10 - There were
however, a few technical problems with the game.
The first one was that I was never able to finish creating an EU
Battle.net account – the website would just timeout and I was
the game's login screen. However I hardly hold this against Blizzard as
their servers were probably inundated with account requests once the
game went live. What I did find however was that just after the fifth
mission, the game would crash out on me and force me to reboot my
laptop. No matter what settings I changed or tweaked, the game refused
to run any further, and I was forced to delete the game and install it
on my desktop PC.
last 10 comments:
(03:03 PM CEST - Jul,30 2010 )
They say that it cost Blizzard 100mil to make this game ?!
I bet that Blizz gave 20-30mil. do buy such reviews...
(04:44 PM CEST - Jul,30 2010 )
tride> They say that it cost Blizzard 100mil to make this game ?!
I bet that Blizz gave 20-30mil. do buy such reviews...
Last week's revelation about StarCraft II's production costs wasn't exactly accurate, and journalists can't play advanced copies of the game for review purposes.
...The crAptivision MW2 fuck up that makes COD4 still look more valuable.
Also anyone giving that game more than a 8.5/10 are fucking idiots!, giving a game that removes functionality and has been outright set to screw you, especially when the previous 12+year old title had included better right from the start without the fucking ridiculous restrictions! (including playing offline against AI on maps aka skirmish, fucking blizztard assholes) Aswel as including more of a complete 3race storyline. Maybe by the time its 3/3 release is all out and multiplayer has been improved it might be worth its 9/10 overall.
Though tbh I think it will still be shit and restricted, perhaps it might be time to start funding piracy instead they seem like the only good liberal guys left in the gaming scene with these tyrannical corporate scumbags they're like the fucking gestapo wanting to greedily control and spy on everything.
(10:34 PM CEST - Jul,30 2010 )
Read a few reviews because I was bored. Biased mostly in all reviews and also steer clear of the problems in the game. Did any of them mention playing the beta and experiencing problems that were early in the beta? Honestly, did you really expect someone to review the game and give it a fair score. I played the game, so these dicks reviewing the game can say whatever they want I ain't going to be another sucker to fill their coffers.
Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel for good reviews lol.
IGN 'user' review. Average 7.7.
(06:00 AM CEST - Aug,05 2010 )
I really really found the whole SC2 campaign entertaining, excellent cinematography and audio and the greatest real-time strategy game of all time. 30 Significant variety and multi-objective missions and packed with new introduction of new units and a varied assortment of play-changing scenarios for each mission. I may say all the sacrifices that made by not buying warcraft gold for a month just to have the SC2 copy are all worth it.